Articles

The Surgical Robotics Patent Landscape: A Pivotal Moment in the Field

The medical and health technology sectors are in the midst of a period of rapid and sustained innovation. As the more traditional MedTech sectors mature, the rapid ongoing advances in computer technologies are increasingly being applied to solve problems in health and medicine. One of these subsectors which has seen...

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iLaw Lunchtime Series: Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property Webinar

  iLaw Lunchtime Series: Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property Webinar  Thursday 26th November 2020, 1:00pm (London UK – BST) 45mins Sign up here. This is an iLaw Lunchtime Series: Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property Webinar with Justin Ellis and Peter Arrowsmith as speakers. This event will be recorded and may be...

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Thinking Outside the Box: Innovations in extending electric vehicle range

In 2018, the UK Government announced its “Road to Zero” plan for achieving at least 50% of new car sales being ultra-low emission vehicles by 2030. In the plan, the government pledges grants for a range of plug-in vehicles, increased tax credits for electric vehicle design and manufacturing, and a...

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5 Top Tips for Food & Drink Businesses Seeking Investment

Edward Carstairs took part in an online panel discussion titled “Preparing your business for investment and maximising the valuation” at Bread & Jam Festival 2020, the UK’s first food founders’ conference dedicated to emerging and scaling food and drink brands. He was joined on the virtual stage by Michiel van Deursen,...

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Shining a Light on Black History Month

It’s not often that inventions become the subject of US election campaign speeches, but then 2020 has been anything but usual. Our curiosity was piqued by Joe Biden’s reference, in a recent speech, to Lewis Latimer (a black man) having invented the light bulb, rather than Thomas Edison (a white...

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